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Sole Sushi
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Sliced, raw sole served on a small portion of sweet vinegar rice--a popular dish in the eastern empire.

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  • HP +20
  • STR +5
  • DEX +6
  • Accuracy +15%
  • Ranged Accuracy +15%
  • Resist Sleep

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about to break
# Apr 28 2008 at 5:52 PM Rating: Default
about to break my first 100k using my hard earned cooking skill
my long and treacherous path to relic has begun!

go go sushi!

Edited, May 2nd 2008 4:37pm by dehorseseraph
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# Mar 13 2008 at 4:34 PM Rating: Default
This might not be as profitable as I thought it was going to be

really need to work on my lv 20 fishing ):
I like this food for my drk
# May 22 2007 at 12:06 PM Rating: Good
I also like sex.(borat reference, subject is on topic........)

and your baby is a cutie pie + 1

Edited, May 22nd 2007 4:17pm by NathanExplosion
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Lordy Lordy Nerds Hunger for SUSHI!!!!!!!
# Feb 20 2007 at 10:48 AM Rating: Default
Lol As I was reading the lower posts on this form I realized that we have gone insane, sitting here reading everyone's mathematical opinion on Accuracy. I must be truthful as a 64War/32Nin (Mithra) Killing God Knows what in the Aht Uhrgan Region, my Idea of *Mithra = No Need for Sushi* was as wrong as could possibly be. If there is truth in Base Dex = 1 Point of Accuracy then I should have 80 Accuracy alone, then with my +11Dex equaling 5.5 Accuracy, then my Axes which have 10Accuracy on each, this brings my grand total to 105.5 accuracy. BUT ALL of this means nothing when swinging at a Tucan Sam and missing 2/3 the swings, Then in the light of this darkness SOLE SUSHI rides in and shows its UBERNESS and increases my hit rate to missing only 1/54 swings. How can this be you may ask yourself and I say to you Chvck [email protected] His name is speled this way because allakhazam blocked the normal spelling. -_-

I feel that Sole Sushi is the key to hitting enemies so Buy the best armor possible to boost your Dex/Acc like a **** or continue to fund the chefs. SIMPLE AS THATIn the end the money spent should break even.

I have tried both NQ HQ Sole Sushi and the results are exactly the same.
Lordy Lordy Nerds Hunger for SUSHI!!!!!!!
# Jan 28 2008 at 12:43 PM Rating: Decent
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XxBloodRavenxX wrote:
Lol As I was reading the lower posts on this form I realized that we have gone insane, sitting here reading everyone's mathematical opinion on Accuracy. I must be truthful as a 64War/32Nin (Mithra) Killing God Knows what in the Aht Uhrgan Region, my Idea of *Mithra = No Need for Sushi* was as wrong as could possibly be. If there is truth in Base Dex = 1 Point of Accuracy then I should have 80 Accuracy alone, then with my +11Dex equaling 5.5 Accuracy, then my Axes which have 10Accuracy on each, this brings my grand total to 105.5 accuracy. BUT ALL of this means nothing when swinging at a Tucan Sam and missing 2/3 the swings, Then in the light of this darkness SOLE SUSHI rides in and shows its UBERNESS and increases my hit rate to missing only 1/54 swings. How can this be you may ask yourself and I say to you Chvck [email protected] His name is speled this way because allakhazam blocked the normal spelling. -_-

I feel that Sole Sushi is the key to hitting enemies so Buy the best armor possible to boost your Dex/Acc like a **** or continue to fund the chefs. SIMPLE AS THATIn the end the money spent should break even.

I have tried both NQ HQ Sole Sushi and the results are exactly the same.


If you have a 33% accuracy rate on Colibri as a WAR64/NIN32, you can't be wearing any accuracy or DEX gear. In fact, you have to be using accuracy- gear to parse that low, since turtle PLDs even manage 40% and they don't have Aggressor. Oh wait, did I say parse? Because I know you didn't parse, you eyeballed the chat log for 20 seconds and decided you couldn't live without sushi.

If your gear isn't terrible as this WAR's clearly was, you shouldn't need Sushi. Don't listen to the bucket of fail known as XxBloodRavenxX.
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# Jun 15 2006 at 4:54 PM Rating: Decent
alot of maoning about the price i see, heres a small break down , on remora rice is 20k from AH as guild campers get it all. wasiba 20-24k black sole 45-50k. costs about 90-95k to make 2 stacks that sell for 45-50k. omg cooks make a mighty 5k on a good day. quick stop maoning go spend 2-3 mil lvling cooking and saves yourself that huge profit. in 10 years your have a hauby lol
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# Jul 11 2006 at 8:13 PM Rating: Decent
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Cooking like other crafts, can be very profitable provided you farm (or in this case specifically, garden/fish) your materials. But Doda, you should be grateful. The fact that you can profit alone on a NQ synth is something to be thankful for. On most HQ-able synths, the NQ will sell for below crafting cost.
the botters arent gone
# Jun 15 2006 at 11:54 AM Rating: Default
Fish botting is supposedly easier now that they changed the fishing method. Technically any control given to the player could be manipulated by a programbot.
RE: the botters arent gone
# Jun 15 2006 at 3:37 PM Rating: Decent
hmmm why is this related to sole sushi??

Edited, Thu Jun 15 15:27:22 2006
RE: the botters arent gone
# Sep 20 2006 at 5:12 PM Rating: Decent
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Maybe because fish are used to make sushi? Maybe because those fish are fished from water? Just a thought! :)

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the botters arent gone
# Jun 15 2006 at 11:54 AM Rating: Default
Fish botting is supposedly easier now that they changed the fishing method. Technically any control given to the player could be manipulated by a programbot.
Sushi vs. Jack-o-Lantern
# May 02 2006 at 3:32 PM Rating: Decent
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Keep in mind, that for low levels, +acc will usually be better than +acc%. For example: For someone with no boosts to Acc from equipment, so they're running of straight Dex.
Dex = 30, So Acc = 15.
Acc + 15% = 15 + 2.25 = 17.25
Acc + 10 = 15 + 10 = 25
The point of switchover is when your current Acc = 67 or higher. (Between Dex/2, equip, and other modifiers.) At that point, 15% is higher than 10.
Sushi vs. Jack-o-Lantern
# Jan 28 2008 at 12:49 PM Rating: Decent
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Ciardha wrote:
Keep in mind, that for low levels, +acc will usually be better than +acc%. For example: For someone with no boosts to Acc from equipment, so they're running of straight Dex.
Dex = 30, So Acc = 15.
Acc + 15% = 15 + 2.25 = 17.25
Acc + 10 = 15 + 10 = 25
The point of switchover is when your current Acc = 67 or higher. (Between Dex/2, equip, and other modifiers.) At that point, 15% is higher than 10.


Important:

At low levels, using meat and parsing 65% accuracy will FAR outparse using sushi and parsing 70% accuracy. If your accuracy % isn't being bumped up from an insanely low value such as 70% or less to near cap (accuracy cap is 95%), meat is simply a better option. Hitting somewhat less but for far more damage is a tested and proven to perform better. At merit levels, if you can parse 80% accuracy or more, use meat. If you're in a merit party and can't parse 80% accuracy... your gear needs help, but sushi will give you a stronger boost than meat.

Also, for you low level WARs out there, use a Great Axe. Shield Break gives +20% accuracy for every melee against the mob you're fighting. This is an INSANELY potent accuracy boost for the low levels when accuracy is so scarce. The only greater accuracy boost in the game at those levels is a Hunter's Roll with a RNG in your party on a lucky number or 11. Shield Break should be your preferred weapon skill of choice up into the 50's when you should have enough gear to parse respectable accuracy without it, at which point you can start using Sturmwind. Before that, the damage boost you'll see from giving all your DDs accuracy+40 is phenomenally stronger than one extra hit on your WS.

MrBuff wrote:
LMAO! this almost isnt worth dignifying with a response... But... ON a high evasion mob, try equipping something like SH, 2xSNipers + Ohat... I bet almost anything that high evasion mob will STILL check as high evasion after... Now, take it all off, and use ANY sushi... I bet you now, it's not even dropped to NORMAL evasion, but shoudl now be LOW evasion. Hence, your SKILL level with your equipped weapon is THE way to determine your base acc - NOT your gear or Dex - both offer SMALL bonuses at best. At 70+, you will notice that acc bonuses from gear of +50 acc or more make VERY little difference without sushi or a bard!


Stop breathing, you haven't the slightest idea of what you're talking about.




Edited, Jan 28th 2008 2:55pm by bsphil
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Sushi vs. Jack-o-Lantern
# Mar 13 2007 at 9:20 AM Rating: Decent
LMAO! this almost isnt worth dignifying with a response... But... ON a high evasion mob, try equipping something like SH, 2xSNipers + Ohat... I bet almost anything that high evasion mob will STILL check as high evasion after... Now, take it all off, and use ANY sushi... I bet you now, it's not even dropped to NORMAL evasion, but shoudl now be LOW evasion. Hence, your SKILL level with your equipped weapon is THE way to determine your base acc - NOT your gear or Dex - both offer SMALL bonuses at best. At 70+, you will notice that acc bonuses from gear of +50 acc or more make VERY little difference without sushi or a bard!
RE: Sushi vs. Jack-o-Lantern
# Jun 08 2006 at 11:23 AM Rating: Decent
but, many people believe that 1 skill point = 1 accuracy point...
so...
26 drg polearm
Skill=81
Dex=42 so acc+ = 21
Acc = 81+21 = 102
Acc+ 15% = 117.3
Acc+ 10 = 112
its still 67, but its just which system you want to base your beliefs on...
why?
# Apr 12 2006 at 1:50 AM Rating: Default
are they getting ripped off?

On fenrir this is 53,000 a stack.
On fenrir the +1 is 157,000 a stack.

Please tell me why the hell anyone would pay this much for the +1 when it only lasts twice as long? You can almost get THREE stacks of NQ sushi for the amount the +1 version costs. It makes no sense... and don't tell me it's to "conserve space in inventory" cause that's a bad explanation. you can easily do the gobbie bag quests if your in need of space. If you can afford the +1 on Fenrir, then you can afford the materials for the gobbie bags.

(unless of course you can or know someone who can cook this up for you ^^)

Edited, Wed Apr 12 01:47:02 2006
RE: why?
# Apr 21 2006 at 9:47 PM Rating: Decent
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As Darknight elaborated above, it's a high level synth, before this synth, most cooks will have spent more than 1 - 2 million getting their levels and their trade skill items. (Yes you make some of that back, no not fast enough that your gil doesn't visibly go down.)

At 75 cooking I'm not looking at what I should be levelling on once I cap at 80 with Shallops Tropicale, and this food is not even worth making anymore.

The rice + Wasabi + black sole prices are so insane. (Yes I buy wasabi off Tenshodo, not AH, and I grow my own rice.) The profit margin, IF you grow rice, is about 10-20k/stack when you have no breaks. So it's a huge loss if you're levelling on this food.

Most of the people selling these sushi are lvl 100+ (with belt, hat, apron, and other + gear). They don't need to worry about breaks much, and they can easily profit off these (especially if they fish.)

These are definitely not overpriced, I regularly make more profit synthing low level foods with ingredients that are cheap as dirt than with some of the higher level stuff. If people want the sushi prices to go down, they'll have to start undercutting when they sell blacksole and we all know that won't happen.
RE: why?
# Apr 12 2006 at 11:35 AM Rating: Decent
The +1 of this is so expensive because of the synth lvl; it's a lvl84 synth so you would need 100+cooking skill to HQ it. The HQ also lasts 1hour, and has better stats. This sushi is worth the price if u have the gil to pay for it. If not stick with the NQ.

Edited, Wed Apr 12 11:32:59 2006
shitty food
# Mar 03 2006 at 10:25 AM Rating: Default
Meat is so much better than this crap. This gives NO attack bonus
sh*tty food
# May 22 2007 at 8:54 PM Rating: Decent
-.- I know i shouldn't respond to such retarded trolling but if you honestly believe that this is bad food then you need to get your head examined. Unless you have 60+ acc in gear and a bard/corsair/summoner to give you acc then you will have **** accuracy plain and simple. Unless you are fighting VTs of course, but then you still need good gear or a b/c/s to keep good accuracy. Sushi is the one way for any subpar player to actually hit an exp mob, it doesnt need to give you a straight attack bonus to give you a serious improvement in damage.
RE: shitty food
# Mar 25 2006 at 11:49 AM Rating: Good
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Most weaponskills are based off STR, DEX and Accuracy Bonuses.

Please see: [link=www.iluvitar.com/sections/ ffxi/skill/jpwstranslated.html ][/link]

Sole sushi is a core food for melee from mid to late game. It increases your potential WS damage with direct stat and accuracy boosts. In the past year, I have seen such a huge movement on my server from Meat Mith to Sole Sushi. People are catching on.

It is one thing to hit at all for "regular" damage and another to have a higher attack and miss dozens of times. It's damage over time and strong WS delivery... and not just watching the attack go up in your equipment box. It's quite clear what your priority should be.
RE: shitty food
# Jun 07 2006 at 2:24 PM Rating: Decent
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Please see: [link=www.iluvitar.com/sections/ ffxi/skill/jpwstranslated.html ][/link]


The link is dead, but the points you made are extremely valid, especially if you miss as often with a Great Axe as I do.

Edited, Wed Jun 7 14:15:00 2006
RE: shitty food
# Mar 08 2006 at 9:17 PM Rating: Good
...sigh.....
High Prices
# Dec 07 2005 at 6:56 PM Rating: Good
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Stacks are up to 95k on Asura. ><!

Starting to really hurt my wallet.
RE: High Prices
# Jan 24 2006 at 12:29 PM Rating: Decent
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These were recently up to 100k on pandy, down to 80-90k atm but who knows. People are dipshi[/b]ts and buy it when its waaaay overpriced so nothing would surprise me.
RE: High Prices
# Dec 28 2005 at 2:49 PM Rating: Decent
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On Siren they went from 30k-as high as 70k but its now in the 60-65k range. Black sole is 49-55k, which is the cause. Was 20k for the fish(12) and 30k for the sushi(12).
Tuna + Squid sushi are still on there normal price, if you want the next best >.>

Oh yeah 20k for 1 HQ-- I made one HQ synth (2) made 40k, so that paid for most of the ingredients ;p
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Edited, Wed Dec 28 13:55:30 2005
RE: High Prices
# Feb 05 2006 at 12:47 PM Rating: Decent
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Its the same on Sylph. Black Sole is up to about 60k. Rice is steep too, if you don't grow your own. I know many here are blaming the chefs, but its the fishermen who're driving up the price. I guess if people are willing to pay it though...
price?
# Nov 21 2005 at 12:27 AM Rating: Decent
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50k on remora AH ><"
RE: price?
# Dec 02 2005 at 11:44 PM Rating: Decent
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heh... someone got rids of the Botters and no sole is up now... because of this they went up from 45k to 70k in Asura... for once in a lifetime I feel it that the botters are gone...
Accuracy+?
# Sep 26 2005 at 8:12 AM Rating: Default
How does anyone besides the programmers know how much accuracy is given by foods?
Accuracy+?
# Aug 05 2006 at 2:45 AM Rating: Decent
Nobody has given a decent answer yet so here goes nothing. (I know its an old post)

When you check a mob it will check as either 'low evasion', 'nothing', or 'high evasion'.

You adjust your acc to go from 'nothing' to 'low evasion' by adding +acc/dex.
When you can change this line in the /check from low > 'nothing' by adding one more acc/dex you stop.
Eat the Food.
Now unequip acc/dex untill the mob checks as 'nothing' again.
When you can change this line in the /check from low > 'nothin' by unequipping one more acc/dex you stop.
Add together acc/dex.

This is roughly how much acc the food added.

One wrench is thrown into this method of checking acc because if you use a +% food like sushi the more +acc you unequipp the less +acc the food will add.
... but with a difficult algebra (I think its called that in english anyway) formula this can be worked around.

The other wrench would be the straight +dex on the sushi which will make the formula slightly more complicated and the fact that we don't know if the acc from the +dex is also multiplied by the sushis +%.

The theres the problem of 'how much' acc does skill add? It would seem that different people say different things. It could be tested with the same technique.

Then theres the problem of mob agi. Does dex have diminishing returns once one has surpassed mob agi by a certain amount? Nobody knows. I don't know of a way to test it either.

Since this last problem makes our testing method slightly inaccurate the best resuslts we can get is 'estimation'. Since dex only seems to influence acc in the 0.333 to 0.5 acc per dex regions (from what I have read anyway) our results should still be of value to estimating the percentage increase in acc on sushi in any case.

Now actually testing all of this would be rather time intensive and getting the gear to adjust your acc by 1 all the time would be rather expensive.

If you have the gil and time to do it. GL.
In the mean while I'll go with these nummbers, they seem accurate enough for me anyhow.
RE: Accuracy+?
# Oct 06 2005 at 9:45 PM Rating: Decent
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Accuracy can be determined by calculating how many more times you could hit the relatively same mob with or without the food...Easy as counting the number of times you hit the mob with and without...then doing the simple math...
RE: Accuracy+?
# Oct 18 2005 at 4:14 PM Rating: Default
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Accuracy can be determined by calculating how many more times you could hit the relatively same mob with or without the food...Easy as counting the number of times you hit the mob with and without...then doing the simple math...


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RE: Accuracy+?
# Oct 19 2005 at 10:08 PM Rating: Good
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Funny how ppl like to criticize others for their explanations but dont bother to give one themselves. If u have a better explanation that his, which by your comment u seem to have, why not post it and correct him instead of just criticizing him like that?
RE: Accuracy+?
# Oct 10 2005 at 9:43 AM Rating: Decent
But there is randomness involved so It's possible to miss the same amount with Accuracy+30. There's no way to tell the food gives you 15% accuracy by the method you describe.
RE: Accuracy+?
# Oct 31 2005 at 7:01 PM Rating: Decent
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i believe acc is calculated by a formula involving your skill w. weapon (100,200,etc.) and you get a bonus based on your dex. So acc +15$ is *roughly* weaponskill*1.15. So if you have 200 rating in sword, with 15% acc you get your acc up to 230.
Price went up
# Aug 25 2005 at 7:28 AM Rating: Decent
Why pay 20k extra per stack for 5 STR? It seems retarded to me... Go with Squid Sushi, you'll save money and if you feel you need the STR put STR rings on and dont bother with snipers. I can guarantee the only real worth this stuff has is accuracy. Fast TP gain is where it's at. ;)
RE: Price went up
# Oct 10 2005 at 11:36 AM Rating: Decent
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Yeah, I use this for both ranged accuracy, and the strength bonus. It's nice to hit all the time to get tp, but what's the point if you're doing small amounts of damage?
RE: Price went up
# Oct 03 2005 at 11:28 PM Rating: Decent
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I can understand that as Elvaan you may not be lacking STR, and ACC is what you need, but not all races are the same. I play a taru monk. My accuracy is pretty good but I need STR any place I can get it. I already wear the best STR rings at my lvl. I love sole sushi. I fortunately have friends who can craft this for me at a small savings but still I don't mind paying 40k for this stuff if I have to buy it from the ah. I would of course love the price to go down but I'm not giving this stuff up anytime soon ;P
RE: Price went up
# Aug 25 2005 at 8:19 AM Rating: Decent
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This stuff is selling for 43k on garuda now.
price went up
# Aug 14 2005 at 6:14 PM Rating: Good
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45k regular, hit 70k today in Hades T_T

If anyone needs me, i'll be locked inside Cooking Guild all week XD

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RE: price went up
# Aug 25 2005 at 7:28 AM Rating: Decent
Why pay 20k extra per stack for 5 STR? It seems retarded to me... Go with Squid Sushi, you'll save money and if you feel you need the STR put STR rings on and dont bother with snipers. I can guarantee the only real worth this stuff has is accuracy. Fast TP gain is where it's at. ;)
RE: price went up
# Aug 25 2005 at 7:28 AM Rating: Decent
Why pay 20k extra per stack for 5 STR? It seems retarded to me... Go with Squid Sushi, you'll save money and if you feel you need the STR put STR rings on and dont bother with snipers. I can guarantee the only real worth this stuff has is accuracy. Fast TP gain is where it's at. ;)
people ask
# Aug 13 2005 at 3:48 PM Rating: Decent
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--- edit ---
Info I got was 2 fish... was wrong sooo >.>

You almost double your money no breaks.... but any break is still costly on this.

Edited, Tue Aug 23 15:39:13 2005
Dark knight food
# Jul 14 2005 at 8:05 PM Rating: Decent
this stuff is always recomended for nin, but i have found it to be the best food for drk also. lvl 40+ drks tend to miss alot. I kinda messed around a bit with different foods, and this one was best overall. I tried chiefkabobs, and even with 2 sniper rings a life belt ank R.K. Gloves i was only hitting about 60% my hits were a little stronger but nothing too impressive. I tried other meats, got similar results. With this stuff i was hittin nice and hard still (slightly less damage per hit), but most importantly i was getting much more criticals and hitting about 85% so overall doing much more damage. So dont be a douche and make us drk's look bad. fork out the 40k and buy a stack of this stuff.. i'm tired of waiting forever for pt's because there are so many retarded drks out there.
RE: Dark knight food
# Aug 05 2005 at 3:19 AM Rating: Decent
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I play DRK and never seem to have a hard time finding a party. I play an Elvaan and tend to miss alot, but I hit HARD. So it balances the aggro. Dark Knight is one of the lesser played jobs because people don't know how to use it. I, myself, would not fork out 40k for this but on occasion. It is wonderful and makes up for the lesser damage with Accuracy.

For some stupid reason parties expect you to dish out gil you don't have and ditch you if you don't. People are so petty at higher levels and I'm sick of it. As long as you know what you're doing and have good equip why should food be neccessary. Food is not a neccessity, but it does help....ALOT.

If this were more cost affordable then I'd buy it all the time. However, for the poorer people this runs a bit too pricey, especially for only 30 minutes.

I'd shuck out the gil if I had any. Equip always comes first though, always! Equip is particularly important for a Dark Knight.

Possessing commonsense is entirely different from having actual cents ($). ^^

Edited, Fri Aug 5 04:25:08 2005
RE: Dark knight food
# Aug 12 2005 at 12:12 PM Rating: Decent
the ingrediants for all sushi products are expensive, unless you can fish the fish your self and grow your own taru rice. not to mention earnig the raw fish handling skill is time consuming and expensive on its own. that is why it is expensive
RE: Dark knight food
# Aug 02 2005 at 6:38 AM Rating: Decent
for those ninjas who have hard time holding hate (esp since last patch) Dorado sushi may be better for you with +3 emnity instead of the STR and HP. Hp wont do much good if you cant keep the hate, I eat mushroom Stew for the - enmity as whm and hardly ever have an eye batted at me (and I try) whith those to foods there should be a good hate foundation for some good exping. Sadly I wont make these unless consumer is buying the items cause the prices on fenrir make a lot of the sushis that have Wasabi in them cost more to make than what they sell for unless you're HQing them. Think the price is dropped by crafters skilling up thinking this is another high profit item (which does sell fast) but with the flooded market the cost :profit margin is slim to more costly. what makes me fume the most is the fact that this requires a key item so not just anyone can make it, and it still has over production.
RE: Dark knight food
# Aug 02 2005 at 2:24 AM Rating: Decent
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finally another drk with some commen sense, i mean if u cant fork out the 30-40k, then its kinda depressing for you and your party
Fix This?
# May 27 2005 at 10:49 AM Rating: Default
Wow these aren't the stats for Sole Sushi, how about its +20Hp +5Str +5Dex and 10-12% Accuracy, something along those lines

Edited, Fri May 27 11:50:53 2005
RE: Fix This?
# Jun 19 2005 at 5:13 AM Rating: Decent
15% ACC* is what I've heard and experienced. Along with everything else you've just said.

Edited, Sun Jun 19 06:16:02 2005
RE: Fix This?
# Jul 17 2005 at 12:46 AM Rating: Decent
I think Sole Sushi is 12%. Sole Sushi +1 is 15%.
HQ rates?
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Edited, Thu May 5 02:44:03 2005
Synth
# Mar 27 2005 at 9:24 PM Rating: Decent
So, i've gathered from the posts that this Caps at lvl 84... when could i start crafting them? 80? 75 maybe? if anyone knows, let me know! Thanks ^^
RE: Synth
# Apr 23 2005 at 7:58 AM Rating: Decent
I tried this at level 72 with Advanced Support and failed 5 out of 5 times. So I'll try again at level 74 if I ever get there.
sushi>pumpkin
# Mar 26 2005 at 5:35 PM Rating: Excellent
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I think this came out when I was around level 70. I'm not going to pretend to know the formula for determining your total overall accuracy, so I'm not positive exactly how much this is going to give you in that department. I will however bet all the gil on me that with my current gear and level that I get way more +ACC with this than jacks or any other food will give me. This is hands down best food for ninja imo. The hate that this food helps generates far outweighs any evasion lost to jacks.... a food in which I've never really cared for anyway, but that's beside the point. On a tight budget, sure, go with jacks and navarin, but best food? Those two don't even compare to sole sushi.
Cap is 84
# Mar 13 2005 at 11:06 PM Rating: Decent
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i skilled up to 84 with this then synthed 3 stacks with no skill ups so i belive its safe to say the cap is 84
+str gear
# Mar 11 2005 at 2:50 PM Rating: Decent
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in my opinion it would be better to load up on +str gear and then use jack-o-latern you can get alotta +str and a nice +acc bonus together.
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Sole Sushi Truth
# Feb 27 2005 at 5:21 PM Rating: Good
Sole sushi gives you the following stats:
Hp: 20
Dexterity: 6
Strength: 5
Accuracy: 10
Mind: -1

And i also think there is some evasion bonus, i dont know for sure
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